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ABC
Nov 29, 2011 12:00am EST
from "the fall guy." >> burt reynolds. thank you very much. and in the movie are dean and sammy davis, so i'm on allowed to cover some of the excerpts and there's dean's agent, he says, you want to go inside. dean is sitting there alone. talk to him. i go in there he is sitting at a booth in this big trailer. regis, he said, sit down and we talked like an idiot i go back to the copacabana and there i am with my girlfriend and i went through the whole thing and i said i really was a big fan because my college years when i went home to long island, i had a job at a plastics factory and it was from midnight to 8:00 a.m., i hated the hour, i hated the plastic factory, i hated everything so to get me inspired i would play a little record of dean's. it was just out and i'm going back to the '50s. >> jimmy: before the ipod? >> right. so i'm playing this song and i gave him the title and i said, dean, i used to listen to this every night. he said, what is the title. i said "one foot in heaven." he said i don't remember it. sing it to me, regis. so i sit there and i sing the whole bloody song
MSNBC
Nov 29, 2011 4:00pm EST
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